The tech giant Microsoft has recently introduced its all new Operating system so called Windows 10. It has tremendous improvements and numerous changes. Well… The company clearly knows, what annoys us, this version is well improved and has a polished look. The Cortana (voice assistant), The Edge( the all new browser, probably super fast), The start key are really cool features. I don’t see any reason not to upgrade. The users with Windows 7 and 8.1 will get a free upgrade…
So, now let’s talk in depth about the OS itself, Instead of booting you a completely different screen, the Start menu lives in the lower-lefthand corner — just like it did in Windows 7. Microsoft is keeping the Live Tiles it introduced in Windows 8, but it’s put them inside the Start menu. That means that they won’t take up your entire monitor anymore (unless you really want them to).
You can pin both modern and traditional apps to the Start menu, and there’s easy access to settings, shutdown or restart, and a list of most-used apps complete with handy jump lists for apps like Word that handle files. This mix of features feels like the best approach for bringing the Start menu back, and you can resize it freely to customize it further.
Windows 10’s development has been unique. If you wanted to, you could test public beta versions of the operating system over the past eight months and watch Windows 10 reach its final point. Windows 10 has some great additions over Windows 8 and Windows 7, and it really feels like a good blend of the familiarity of Windows 7 and some of the new features of Windows 8. It’s not irritating to use, and you don’t need a tutorial to find the Start menu. It just works like you’d expect.
Finally it gets more interesting to experience Windows 10 than to read… So, go a head and get your free upgrade. Let me know how you guys liked it.